The GoodRx Top 10 (January 2017)

Several times a year, GoodRx creates a list of the most expensive prescriptions in the United States. To create this list, GoodRx compiles actual list prices from a sample of claims as reported by pharmacies across the country. There are many options for patients to reduce their cost from this list price, including manufacturer rebates, applying insurance and more. Prices are based on a 30-day supply of the most commonly prescribed form, dosage and quantity.

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